1. the male genitals.
|Proverbs II Ch. iiii: Set the hares head against the gose jiblet. She is (quoth he) bent to fors you perfors / To know, that the grey mare is the better hors.|
2. (also jiblets) the intestines; thus an obese man.
|F&H].Dramatis Personae, ‘Flight of the Duchess’ n.p.: Is pumped up briskly through the main ventricle, And floats me genially round the giblets [|
|Sandburrs 165: ‘Have youse torn off that epitaph for his jiblets?’ asked the Undertaker, nodding towards the Deceased.‘Arabella Weld’|
|Speed Detective Aug. [Internet] So he proceeded to put a bullet in Barrio’s giblets, hoping I would take the rap.‘Latin Blood’|
3. by meton. one’s person .
|Hollywood Detective Aug. [Internet] I still crave to know why you want me to guard a guy whose giblets you detest.‘Murder’s Mouthpiece’|
4. the vagina, esp. with pronounced labia.
|Roger’s Profanisaurus 3 in Viz 98 Oct. 15: giblets n. A club sandwich; a ragman’s coat (qv).|
|Maureen’s Lusty Confessions [Internet] Please, please have a bit of giblet pie, while you fondle my filthy pillows. I have desires to bump uglies with you in my dreams [...] Do you feel the same way??|
1. to have sexual intercourse.
|Juniper Lecture 213: The Marriage was ended and Giblets were joyn’d.|
|Works (1709) I 399: Oh! there’s no Ho when Power makes Court’sey to Revenge, and joyns Giblets together.News from Colchester in|
|London Terraefilius V 25: She is running full Tilt to Beveridge’s Buttock-Ball to hop away Six-penny worth of Country Dances, and afterwards to join Jiblets with my Lord Swivelton’s Vallet.|
|Female Grievances debated 84: [They] pine and whine, and languish after a Person who, perhaps would be equally glad to join Giblets with them.|
|Stratford Jubilee II i 29: If your ladyship’s not engaged, what’s the reason but we may join giblets without any pribble-prabble? [OED].|
|Burlesque Homer (3rd edn) 300: This hubble-bubble they had coin’d, / By getting both their giblets join’d.|
|, ,||Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue n.p.: To join giblets; said of a man and woman who cohabit as husband and wife, without being married; also to copulate.|
|Burlesque Homer (4th edn) II 46: [as cit. 1772].|
|Lex. Balatronicum [as cit. 1785].|
|Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.|
|Dict. of the Turf, the Ring, the Chase, etc. 119: Mix giblets — to intermarry ― naturally or legally.|
|N&Q Ser. 7 IV 511: ‘To join giblets’ – This expression may occasionally be heard in this district, among the lowest and vulgarest, and has a very offensive meaning [F&H].|
|Sl. and Its Analogues.|
|Vocabula Amatoria (1966) 81: Coupler (se). To copulate; ‘to join giblets’.|
2. to cohabit with or without being married.
|, , ,||see sense 1.|
|Dict. of the Turf, the Ring, the Chase, etc. 119: Mix giblets — to intermarry — naturally or legally.|
|Manchester Times 2 Oct. 7/4: The aimiable parties ‘join giblets’ without a comment being made by their relatives or neighbours.|
|Wrexham Advertiser 25 Mar. 5/2: A man [...] applied at the workhouse for a wife, and one of the inmates felt inclined to join giblets with him.|
3. to form a partnership.
|Leeds Times 3 Apr. 5/4: Let them join giblets by all means.|
|Huddersfield Chron. 20 Feb. 3/5: Let’s think no more about it, but join giblets to rob the natives here.|
|Preston Chron. 6 June 3/4: ‘Just the man,’ said the itinerant apothecary; ‘let us join giblets and we will make a good thing of it’.|
|Preston Chron. 15 Mar. 6/1: The Dissenting ministers want to join giblets; that’s the short of it.|
|Lichfield Mercury 29 May 6/4: Zo we shall join giblets, and set up our traps together.|